Bangkok Doesn't Lack For Markets, And They Are Generally The Cheapest Places To Shop.
This Doesn't Necessarily Reflect On The Quality Of The Goods Sold Either, And Some Excellent Bargains Are For The Taking In Bangkok If You Know Where To Look.
Chatuchak Market Is The Largest And Probably The Best Of The Lot, But There Are Many More.
Catholics with their parade of saints and protective medals will recognise a great kinship with this streetside amulet market. Ranging from pendant-sized to medallion-sized, prá krêu·ang (amulets) come in various classes, from rare objects or relic...
The large Banglamphu market extends over Phra Sumen road, Chakrapong road and others nearby.
Despite it's proximity to touristy Khao San road, this is still mainly a market frequented by locals to buy clothes, household accessories etc...There's a separate market...
Bo Be market has been known as the center of garment wholesale for over 30 years.
Today there are well over 1.300 shops under one roof making Bo Be the biggest garment wholesale center in Thailand.
Furthermore, Bo Bae offers you shipping services to send y...
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Once only popular among wholesalers and traders, Chatuchak Weekend Market has reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. Its sheer size and diverse collections of merchandise will bring any seasoned shoppers to their knees – this is where you ...
Klong Thom Market
Best known for secondhand goods and assorted knick-knacks, Klong Thom Market sees action every Saturday from 17:00 onwards, and continues going until Sunday's early evening.
Formerly known as 'Flashlight Market' due to the fact that buyers will need a flashlight ...
Pahurat – Little India
Also known as Little India, this market is frequented by few tourists but is nonetheless bustling with locals. The labyrinth of narrow lanes gives way to plentiful rolls of textiles such as silk, cotton, wool and cashmere in all kinds of colours, each to be brought at...
Pratunam Market is one of Bangkok's major markets, focusing on clothes which makes it Thailand's largest clothing market. The name Pratunam means Water gate.
The market is open 24 hours a day with varying offerings, from 9-20 (in reality more like 11-18) the reta...
The most famous market in Chinatown is Sampeng Market, a seemingly everlasting sprawl of random trinkets, latest inventions, jewelry, fabric and everything else you can imagine.
Sampeng Market in Chinatown is one of Bangkok's center for gold jewelry and gems. If ...
Thieves' Market (Nakhon Kasem)
Nakhon Kasem is a market in Samphanthawong district. Popularly known as Thieves Market because in past it were mostly stolen goods which were sold there. Nowadays mostly imitation antiques, old furniture and brassware are sold there.
The Thieves Market has good ...